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 'ilSV'  yflVfc  &***P*  _,-/  -.-/���������~---,,c MvsJi:*?'"i>'i������**>.-1' "*���������.���������'  ;;f'.-���������i*i'.?!?*"->,V-i*5--.:;  '& ���������'������������������ ���������'. ���������'���������-'��������� 'ftviffi*  ~ DUNCANS  LADSYniTH  f-r?<  i. Daily  VOL. 2,  ;-ft-'*������^*^l^--X4i^:_ZT_tI-^  ** ^ _ ^ -      -*  THURSDAY, JUNE 29, ,1905.  .  -v) i ���������)!]{������������������ f if K.i:.  f PRICE FIVE CENTS  Will BE TWO FOB E  Names of Plenipotentiaries  Will be Announced on  Saturday  ���������*_   ���������. _, ��������������� ��������� -  Names of Officials Chosen  are Being Submitted to  Washington Govt.  ESE CASE  BY COURT  St. Peter)buig, June 29.��������� The names     ot   * the  Russian and Japanese^  peace plenipotentiaries arc expected  to be annoiinred Salmi day at     the  latest.   '(- ,..     <���������  There will be l\vo feu'each coun-~  try.   Japan's-arc alieady named and  Russia's thave been  tentatively mentioned, although it is possiCiie- that  one ol them may not seive on    account  '<*< illsjKftljb'.* The Barnes     of  the plenipotentiaries' chosen on eacli,  ^sride are  being  submitted' to      the  Washington  government     it _<j 5the  Imal ^exchanges   which  aie now      in  [^progress. In addition, ibe plempoten  -   .tiaues from each    eountiy will     he  accompanied.^ - by expert secretaries  and other attaches to'Washington  John Hung Charged Two  Comeric Eogineers With  Assault  - -  &   jy  Mr. Crease Was for Prosecution and Mr. Simpson  for Defence  PROCJRAMME OF SPORT?  ��������� , ; FOR DOMINION DAY  .-.r;;.:n..;7;..s::,.1fe:yv;^/j;;-^ife;#fe3^j|l  The chaige {nought, by John Hung,  Chinese fireman on the Cbmeiic,  against' two .engineeis^ James Smith  pn.1 Gee Bu'rthwich, "was heard at  -Ihe provincial com! house by Justices Mathcson and Allan last^oven-  ihg " Mi" A Clease oi Victoria appealed for the prosecution and Mr.  Russell Simpson for, the defence.     ���������  Mi Ciease, before calling any witnesses, explained the nature of.. .the  case befoie their Worships He, said  it seemed to. be the general impression amongst the citizens rthat, the  afTan was a very trival *one. This,-  the  iThe following;.is the programme for  Saturday as "made out by~ theJ sports  and regatta committees'"1 ' ,"_t  10'30 a.m. Baseball���������Nauiaijno vs./La  . dysmith, prize value, $75. " J -  l'o'cbck p.m.,, Footbfall���������Five aside  tournament, 1st pi'ize value $30,, 2nd  prize, value $2&. * Three'teams of no  second prize. <* u   ' <'  l.dO p in.���������Girls' race, 75 yaids, ten  years and under, .1st prize, <$3*,val-  ue;J2nd $1*50 value,'3rd prize $1.00  value. - * J"  _1.43 p m.,'Boys'-Race���������75 yards, ten  years and undei; 1st mize $3 value,  2nd prize $1 50 value, 3rd prize, $1  value. i ���������_    _ i  2     o'clock     p m.,    Eaglrs Baseball  Match���������Victoria \s   Ladysmith, fqu  , ;a trophy.     J^ UJi' ;' Jt'i'J?, >.]'  3' o'clock, p.m , On Is Race���������100 yard  14 years    and winter, - 1st and 2nd  and 3rd special ^ prizes.  ������l0"'p.r  prue value $5; 2nd prize value $2 50  2. ~ Half-m-le single scull racb t foi J  ladies" ~over 1C yeais 6f~age,' 1st '  prize value $5, 2nd prize value $2.50  3. Half-mile'double scull race" foi la-.  * dies over 1,6 years of age; 1st pri/c  value $7.50, 2nd pii?e value $4 00.  t' One mile single scull lade,    for  boj.s under 1C yeais "of age-;1 1st  , prize value ^, 2nd prize vatjue $2 50  '5.   One mile double scull-rate-   for  hoys  under  16  year', .of age-,    1st  prize valua $7 50,' 2nd prize, value  $4 00  6     Two mile single scull race     for  men ovei lfi yeais 0f age, jst prize!  $10, 2nd prue value i$5.      ���������_<  7.    Two jimilc double scull race for  men over JG years of age.'ist puzo  ���������i},^f^������^M^WiWW^\  ���������'���������SS.-'-Sv^-.--:-.  '^^^^^^���������^������^:^^i:^^b^  :::!  :-'V>.  M  Value $20, 2nd pitze value tip  Indian'War Canoe Race;.l'i paddles, 1st prize, $5 per paddle, 2nd  ThreeJ startei s or no second,  fi  arters or '"iio * 3rd1' pru?e.   -- - ' I  starters  mUGU^YAN  JlRjONERS  " New York,'".lime 29-After "seizing  c a sentencg %t nsix^mpnths'-fihl an,' ]Uf-.  uguauan ,^rfson foir^fishin^or \s������als.  Toll .the coast of Uruguay,)������������$ix> Nova'  Scdtian^iJors  arrived^iiV this portj  today bii^the'Biilish^steamer '^;Rcd*  Hill, from >Monte\'ideo, en-route ^ib^  > Halifax. ������They were mcmbeis ^the  crew* "olf^Sthe fishing schooner (Agnes>  Or. Dobewie, which was-* seized by'i a  Uruguayan government vessel  for aU  A leged illegal; fisfung.   Captain Ryan,  of tlie Doaaiioe, was sentenced fb^im-  prisomnenr for  three months,      the  male for three months, and theciew  -.for six months. ^^  An appeal  from  I he, seizure of the  schooner has been taken by the owners  and "damages  will be demanded  The. fisheimrn say- the vessel was 7  pn?e  REGATTA.  hamster   altogether  disagreed  with  <Thc Chinaman'; as^the-'evidencq ^  would show,     had been brutally as- , P������t sho|s,'3rd, value; $1  saulted  by ihe engineers, and Jbreat- 3f30 p.m.? fBqy^f Three-legged jRace-  ed in a manner that, should not-.be ^^lst^iwiie^l'li^nd $2','3id, $1*     c.  tolcrakcl     ITc   would   later   pioducei  evidence' that "would  show  that the  engine-iootn ciew frrst shipped ''"ha'd  dcseitcd at the fust opportunity '  Mr ^ Simpson objected Ho =these/ re=5  marks-   He'submitted ^that y^ttn**1  happened     previously 4t had/riotliing;.-  whatevei   to do  with  this case    As'  foi street'rumors, they should >not be*1  intioduced  into ^t4ie< court ������' --  i {_..  ���������The court having, noA objection, .to  Mi    .Ciease's remarks,  the counsel  proceeilctl: He said thereVidenice''wour(i  absolutely  prize,     $2 50 per paddle,? Sid'pnze  $rl per paddle,  m. Boys'   Race���������100 yards 10] 9.   KLcoftchirnan's   double  rf yegrssand under; 1st prize, value 5.1',  no^ iace,'1st-prize $3  2nd, value $2, 3id, value $1.    ^  _   j    2nd prize, $1.50 pcr'naildle,'-  3.J5 p.m., Ladies' Race-^100 yards;    10. Indian"���������    upset   -canoejrace, 1st  plst prize'value $4, 2nd puze valus'    pn/c $5, 2nd11 prize, $2 50,'*3������l prize  i-H$M, 3rd prize value $1 |    $1.50. ^     -  Z i ^.'.   M&, i w  3.20 p.m".'"Miners'~R������ice-���������100> yards,  U. Indian double paddle caoj^ lace,  1st prize?value $5, 2nd, 1 pair of  fi'-.  *���������')<  I*".'..'  V :  Odessa;  ,.-- -J,-;fi'- '-.(ft  V*!������  t������.c -*t-. .*?#: ������-,'���������������_&-".if.* r-*r   i- ��������� *"  ^MP'<Mtffi:]Wm  I^^-r'.v*^  1st pme,$3 per paddia- 2hd' prize  $150 per paddle '       ^ -/I  )  12f Greasy pole, lstrprize:/or .lpttmg  PraS^yi^^Stire^rhc^^  gUttcdfs-^"-:���������������������-''^------i:---,I;--������-i'*"'^ .;'----:-���������:: ���������:--:>';.-:-'-��������� :'v -^-r<^ :vy^'^_  therriW?;  &rio|eisg-  portedStbSbe'J'  ^(Starting  111 Half-mile singl  i^krls under 16  ese> forni .^of^idniinifiter  had.^ ownVgone tlirough^withT John^  said he vasf * oilei 'on theCSPome^Tc.''  He; signeil jthe "atticles'tat Sineaiioie  four    liionf hs '"ago., The.^ sfiipthad  miles outsideJibe limit set hy the  Uruguayan government, when she was  seized  c   a   SARAH .BERNHARDT  ,4 COMING  TO   AMERICA  London, June 29 ���������Shuhert Biolh  ers have signed a can������tiact with Mine  Sarah Bernhardt for an American^  toui of tHirty weeks to begin at the  Lytic theatie, New York, Nov 6th  next. Mme Bcrnhaidt will take hci  entire company from the theatie  Sarah  Bernhardt is at  Pans  and  will be seen m her lcvival of Vicioi  Hugos'  "Angelo"  and also in     hei  ovin production of "Aduennc Leeon-  vreur," now running heie  SURVIVORS OF OREL  REACH PORT ON ANADYR  Port  Louis,  Maunlius,  June 21 ���������  ^ The Russian  transport Anadj'r ���������:.-  has  ^arrived at Dieg(o Sua-rez, Madagfescar  with, the     survivors of the Russ-ian  battleship Orel,  which was captured  1-by the Japanese during.the battle of  Vthe sea of;Japan. ������������������  eaehed since fhc poitsof Kobe, Yokohama,   , Fi isco, '--and ���������^Lady smith.  There had    teen several),   changes in  the regime     since he had joined    In  answei  to Mr   ^ Ciease he said the  ciew had deserted;at ;Kobe and \ .1.  ohama    Mi   Sunpson tbjected to* the  counsel for lirose.ution drawng suci  evidence as this from the Cl.in.iu an  It had nolhinguto     do with the'o. m-  ]>I.vuit    Mr       Crease <!<������ntena,u  ������K*ii<  tins evidence    was a. most tmatcnal|  pail of (he case   He asked tlu court  to rule ���������-  Thecouit luled that the poseeu-  iion's counsel was ,u. o: i������i, an..,  John Hung continued J:- s.i.d - tl _������  engine loom ciew had deserted' I (u  at Kobe and Yoka'^i ia ' IhCy ,weio  ni-treated hy U..> sm'c on 1 * an 1 Un il  engineers He said he had bc.ii ������iS-  saulttd by the engineers on >-o ma-  n> iv.casions that u- had foigntlen  the number.- The ri-oun:e ������nit oi  which this case aio.j occurred at  LaUyisiuiilli    John   con'!..i:i .t.  "It    was Saturday    "\enmg and  I  aaulli^g Mis" WeWon Dopley, wife of went, out Vn the street, where-i  aVroSPMous'y^^ ' stilletocs: and\began slashing'i declare ^martial* law^^^icpSlinfr^  l^lie^rfepotVsays^.thata^hite man   each .other    The bloody iighi .'soon[al-   Ohoukmn;&coirimam^  ��������� was also killed, and an uninformed [attracted a laige crowd, "������������������* ��������� ���������    ni���������������i uis'v������j!^>������.rt^^a^ii:-  rumor  j6ays  ^woumled, but.not kijkd  . _ ���������_ ���������_   _, rAit no one  Black Sea^'rlecPwho^rec^.^^^  one of the nine was .dared-to interfere.'Lcmongelli drop- theJpbsf^^^?^f^^t^^^^-|-������  dredging operations   '  .stop'in;new york harbor  *^ New: York, June 29.���������Owing to     a  disagreement rwith the, government, a  diedging company, controlled by Andrew Onderdbnk (who died last week.)  has thrown up-its contract for deepening the Ambrose channel in   Vcw  York>    harb'or'and paid^ff'its mpn"  The     contract amounted to sever .il  millions    "of"dollars."It is   inl1:-  stood that the war department    refused     4b > recognize'.aayone   n jfclie  matter e\cept "the Onderdcnlc estate,  thus" placing the    corporation which  was carrying on'the work in an Anomalous  position.    Another cause.ioi  disagreement was the claim by   ihe  contractors     that1   the govern nt^t *  dreilgeis have been lemoving   hw n d  leaving, the heavy blue clay fo%   .he  Company to take up. *  ped dead, staWied *to tlies heart,  ^n<l~'SucctssiQn| to:'; Admiral ��������� ^vellp; i left;  Bmnemoita was so badly lnjuicd that  he died today.   -  ������S&5  THREE KILLED, IN, A*  RAILWAY COLLISION.  Kansas^ City, 'Mo , June 29.��������� An  Atchison-Topeka and-Santa Fe limited^ passenger tiain, bound for Chica-.  go, collided with a train^on the 'Belt  line railway in this city early today.  Three passengers weic killed and  three injured.  St    Petersburg;>hasttlyy; diiriiigf " :tiie  - ;^dmii:al^W^r3i.iis;';ch  ^^'.geiierai^s^atTj :'at;-:i^pn'M-oda^, j'ri^  Xoroied..;l-Iie AssociateVi;,^  di(i;Jiot|ki!ow "whether Kruger's s^a-  droji-.'lhan'-'������������������ arrfyed at" Odessa. :;WfreiiiiI  TOi'ved'^froni -Odessa'by ship iowncrs1  in^^^dohrand; Liverpo'olt;.tb.hfirm the  reporfe^bf^lhe state- ot anarchy pre-  i-   yaleiit iir the Russ-ian. pit^vyes-terday.  is '-'These ^advices Ja:dd'Wafc- i^lie situation.  mfnt'   ^���������^������������������:f0.^s^^fi������'K^--;?OTy.t:'ap at a:loss to. account -,-is.iqNetcr  today; ' No   British steam-  twessa i|Beyoiid ^lHs>nO-Vsteps    -are   for,the mutiny, saying:.tliat tlie Pom-! efs-'wete" dama^d and-:.afo far as     is  Jaiown  tpjhaye been-taken to^meet   mander .of the  Kniaz- Potemkin  was .known, ,n<j British subjects were-   lathe emergency. .,::--;:.v.v:v ',/--���������;   : ^-^ j^a Jhie; b/ficer,   having   a most  kintily I iurwl-during thes rioting.-; "    v  ������THE WORLD IS SMALL  AFTER  ALL.  -'���������or.-  1    An exchange ������saysf���������Mr. Joe Diener,  ex-ooiiunorcial   traveler  and   prospective convict,  can  hear  testimony   lo  /. the oft-repealed  statf-'ineiit  that  this  in    a pretty  small  world,  after all.  He  sold   his   line  of   hardware  samples to a second fiand-dealer in Portland,  twenty   months   ago,  and     departed for British  Columbia.     From  thare the detectives traced him across  the  Pacific,   through   Japan,  'China  and     India..    Those  far-away   lands  ^failed to shelter, him, and ho worked  1 his  way  back  through   the  Sue/,  to  if Paris, to Germany and London.  Ev-  ���������^ven among  the teeming  millions     of  ^ the European capitals he could     not  shake off the American  detectives, :;o  'he crossed   the   Atlantic   to   Boston,  leaving there as  soon  as  discovered  for  Savannah,   where he  was   taken  , ill and captured  in   the hospital.  If  vMr.. Diener ever repeals  the  offence  for  which  he was  arrested,   lie    will  'prolj|_fbly  surrender  as  soon  as     lie  , learns, that  detectives  are  on     his  ['���������trail, as he must fully vrealize that it  |, is  a loss   of time  endsavoring       to  ^dodge tfc-Hri,  about    10  o'tVock    f    was  on  duty  fiom  2 o'clock  till  10  p   m ,  f went  to the thud engineer andtoldhun that  it was  10    o'clock.   He .was playing  cards    and he  ordered!    me v������������.ck. .1  went back and.-turned., the light cut,,  and   then   went  and .fillied the donkey  engine with water and went  to bed.;  Thenext    day was    Sunday, and I  relumed    to work at  2     o'clock. ' The*  second engineer called tne namos and  tried     to   strike-me.   I  was  told to  do some trimming.  ..John here identified the second   engineer, James Smith.  On    Monday  the third  engineer  directed  me    to engine room- to work  there.    I     went there and the second  (engineer eamghti me hy the <i\ieue and  the    third    engineer  hit    me - in the  mouth    with his    fist.   The third engineer  ���������-knocked  me down and  I  was  unconsci'nus.   This ��������� happened    nt    10  o'clock in the morning and I  returned  to consciousness at about 4  p.m.  Since,   the second engineer has come  to me twice and threatened to thrash  me.   He said lie. woiild tic me in'iron,   bars    and when     we gotto mid-.  oceanthrow me overboard;.   He want- j  ed     me  logo    liack to work,  but  I  con Id     not.   T     feel the pain  in my  hones yet."   .  In' answer to Mr. Simpson John  said lie did not desert when'"'the other crews did because he had signed  articles.'He-was never a -boss: He  would rather die ashore- than'return  to the ship.  The court asked why John did not  For     the construction    tf Hie ca-  riel the secretary of wai hOT ainhn-  was  looking after electric   ipparatus I ued, in 1899, to contract an amount  not effceeding $1,570W������00 r^^������<w*rk  was lo be compIetcd*In six .years and  foity million cubic ygxdh of dir^Was  to be removed. It was expectedntliat  the channel would be completed"    in  two years, but recently the work  dragged arid eeaised, so that a comparatively small amcAPht remains of  the appropriations! Tlie contract; was  one of the most important pieces of  hailtir work here in recent years. It  provided for a depth of, 45 feet which  will enable the largest steamships to  come and. go at- any stage of the  tide from the pcrt^f New#ork-.   ���������  Litigation between,the department  and the Omierdonk estate is.expected  ta decide who shall  complete       the  work.  _ o   HARVARD WINS BY  GOOD  LEAD.  dales Ferry, Conn.,  June 2!).��������� In  the     Yale-Harvard boat  race tpday  race by three lengths.. Time, 11.23.  Harvard  won  tlie  four-oared     boat  Harvard also won the eigjit-oared  Freshman race with Yale a length  helimd. Time 9.56 (unofficial). The  Jour oared and eight oared freshmen  races were over .the,same course, distance two miles.  TWO MEN HANGED  FOR MURDER  Lancasteri Pa , June 29 ���������Lee Fur-  man and John O'Brien were   .aiL,cu  today for the murder of Samuel Pes-  sler, an aged toJlgate keepei, . n the  night of July 1, l%4  ���������        !-���������  F������R MOTOR  CHAMPIONSHIP  IN  ( Continued an Pag������ Four.)  Collector���������I've motioned  to     that  old . man     three ��������� times, and he pretends not to see me.   Now, I'm going to present this, bill ,.p  the presence of his friepds.  '.'Office'Boy���������Aw,  you  chump!     he  enn't see you���������don't j*on know he's  blind'!'  Pittsburg,  Pa.,   June  29.���������The automobile championship race at Bruth-  not   Island   was   started  yesterday. :  In:the firs-h. heat of theVive mile motor     car championslu'|)  free for all,  Earl  Kiser made  the distance in 4,  44 2-5,  which is said  to be the     record  in competition,  defeating Chev-  I rolet, W'lio was  \  mile /behind at the  finish.    In  the. final,   Barney Old field  and  Kiser started  what soon looked  like    a cloec     race, but Kiser's car  Ijfoke down and  Oldfield  AniRhed  'in  4,   50  2-5.    In the  ten-mile free for  all, with Oldfield and Chevrolet competing, the former led for four miles  ami a half, when one of his Jrear tires  ���������burst.    Chevrolet   then  tooj.  the lead  and made the ten  miles  in ten minutes flat.   Today Oldfield,  Kiser and  Chevrolet  are scheduled   for  a-decis-j  ive racp  Pgiris, June 20.���������The committee of  the French Automobile Club has deckled that France will not participate in the races in Iflflfi for the  James Gordon Bennett international  motor cup race. No matter what tlioi  result of this year's contest maybe.  St    Petersburg,   June 29.���������(1   0   p.  m )���������Earlyi this afternoon an -nJi'U-  ed  despatch was -received here .stat-  i ng   that ^complete. ^ ajkrchyi,: reigned ;���������  at     Odessa.    The inliariitarits- were'':  panic strickeiiy-and were" huddled" together in the houses.   The warehouses,   qunjs.-and  some  of  the shipping-  in the harbor were in flames.       'i he  coilespendent of the Associated press  .who  foi warded -this despatch, \   nad  to' make  his  way  to  the  telegraph  office '.Ui rough dense smoke, which cov  ered.'t'he bity like a pall.   He heard  volleys' eveiy  few  minutes   in      the  darkne&s.   .'The   mob   wasv beginning  the -work  of pillage and  plunder,   indicating ' that the despatch  was  filed  last  night,  but was delayed hy   ihe  authorities:    The .correspondent  added     that .blue jackets".with machine  were killed and the hospitals were  crowded with wounded. - Thora weic  Illinois, the correspondent also sa'nl,  that some ot the soldieis had joined  t,hc '".wtiHcers tin. fighting against the  troops, [nit rujfwas;.unable;tb^confixin  lhis-;.?cpoi;'t^  the  arrival at .Odessa- of ;the warship  commanded   by  Admiral   Kruger,   but  des/jatches   from   Sevastopol  say- the  battleship   Gcorgi   Pohloedonosetz and  the  cruiser   Girdcn   li'ive  started   for  Odessa and are d ue to   arrive the re  tC'iiighil, Avlien a battle      is expected.  There arc  about   40,00:1   t,ro<,;is of all  arms  at  Odessa,   but  there are     no  fortif.calions  in      which   Uny   could  stand a si'cgc if the rioters and'mutineers got the,upper hand.   The Rus,  sians at'.Odessa'comprise scarcely, oiijli  despeiate  chaiacter.  The h.'-s.-A  aie estimated  at manv  rnillicns of ioiihles    'Ihe lemnants of  the wjiar-ve-s  and  warehouses set on  lire last night; arc still  burning today..and  the city is:.enveloped  in    a  thick elou'd of 'smoke'." Several explosions have, occurred-in  the port during     the  night and firece collisions  took pia.ee  between troops   and rioters.   The dead, are now reckoned  by  thi!   hundreds.    The  hospitals      are  o Ci-Cowing.. .  with  wounded pcrsccs  and  nu'ilic-al   aid  available is    quite  inadequate.  The .IaxIv of Omil Tchuk, the sailor  ex-Krulcd on l.oard the Russian battleship Kniaz Polomkinc, is. still exposed on the quay, where it wins  landed by.the crew ^of the warship  yesterday. The dead man's comrades,  j who  demand ' that the remains shall  third of the six hundred thousand iii:  guns  had-been   landed   from   the  hat-' habitants  of the-'city j  about 150,000  tleship Kritaz. I'otemkine, and they oi the residents being Jews. In geiicrrj.bo accorded military honors, active-  fought with the strikers behind bar- nl the. members of the lower classes lyfoiigliWoii tho" side of the Voters  ricadf-s .agajiist the troops.   Hundreds- of Odessa  were, persons ot thei'most 1 against 1i.e; droops.  3T?  EMPEROR   WILLIAM  PROMOTES'AN ADMTRAL..  Kiel,  Germany,..June 29.���������Emperor  William fcas promoted  Admiral   Von  Koestcr to be grand  Admiral of tlit.  'Germani fleet.   Von Koester has long  since  held  high commands  and     has  the  complete confidence of  the gov-  Blind?   Then, by George, he's got J eminent as  an exceptional  adminis-  m.e^l>his .is payqjrie .at sighV Jtrator.        " _. __  I  '"  TO   ALL  DOMINION  DAY  COMMITTEE -hEN.  The Ledger has i;een  'rfffifcsted   to  announce that     the.chairman jf We  celebration: committee  trusts       h'xi  every  member, of  the  committee will  be present at the meeting to be   eld  tomorrow  (Friday)   night.    At   this  meeting  badges   will  be; distributed.  Only   those  who  are present  at  the  meeting     will be entitled to a committee  badge.    The  chairman   hopes  that all  collections   will   be   in       by  Friday.    All   those  people   who  have  propiiscd      a contribution   and " have  not  yet  been called  upon   for       the  same     will confer a great favor by  handing it  to Mr.. Cowan.  Washington,     June 29.���������In the ladies' singlrs in the third round     of  the championship contest at Winible-  gpn  today.  Miss  May  Sutton,      of  Pasadena,  Cal., beat Miss Longhurst  6-3, 6-L  ANOTHER  TRAIN WRECK  IN OHIO  .RUSSIAN' CRUISER  SINKS DANISH  SHIP.  London,.    June 29.���������It is reported  that   the ��������� Danish  steamer  Princess  Marie  was  sunk by a Russian cruis-.  er,  supposed to be the Russian auxiliary     cruiser Terek   The Princess  ���������   '* ���������  Marie  was  last reported  at   Singa^  is, -���������.-.;.".- .  pore June 19, bound for Japan.'.;:  Cleveland, Ohio, June 29.��������� '-;iiC  Pittsburg Flyer on the -Pcnnsykania  railroad, was derailed between Atwa-  ton and Rahcn, Ohio, today.: One  person was killed and fifteen injured.  Thcj' were taken Id Alliance, Ohio..  When the accident, occurred the train  was   running   over   a temporary tackj ^g^,,-^^^  toda7>   for'Mr-  , Who .AVilLaiettthOiJ lucky man?. This  qiiiestibri- is being-������oirculatod in     the  while the'regular line was being repaired. ..' v     :.���������':*:'.p?  a >  B. Fprcimmer has kindly promised a  gold ring to the local Eagle basobal-  ler      who is  the first to cross the  plate'.p. the match with a team rep-  X���������1   isay,   old   fellow, leiwl   me  fiver,  will vou? * i _._.,���������,._.  Y-Sorry^/butir'm not m-ahing'-any.  resenting the Vactona aene on Dom-  ncrmancnt investments just now.        ' inion  Day.  I 5H9K  aw  9B  DAILY LEDGER  THE OAILY LEDGER  fublisned   every day except Sunday.  BY        THE       DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices, Ladysmita and Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE  90 cents ��������� month;   $5 per  year   ia  advance.    Adveitlainf rates en ay.  plication.  Anyone ieuffln.r * nketrh H-id (.ascription ma*  QUlO-Cly McarUIn i>:\r oiJi.'iloii freo trl.Bl.itfr tu  Invention .aprotnbiy va.o.t-ibio CiVitEun'ei-  tlon������������trlotl������oonildciitlal. 1Iiiu(1!m.o!coii I'ntt-ntB  ���������iant fro*. OMeit Bgqnor *<>r *w.ui msf patt'ili.  Patents taken throuxli -Munii A <vo. roculve  tplciat natk*,-wnhout chiuve, iu I..C  Scientific mvmw,  K huidtomelr lllaatrated we.'klv Tareest circulation of.jnrfflentlQo louruul. Tercii. tu u  renr; four moctL-Cf I. Sola bye I j>ew������i1wl*r������.  MUNN iCo^,BP������**������'llBW York  " Brlucb Offl-joTs-A ������r St.- Waitt-lc������ion. 1). a  THURSDAY, JUNE 29,.1903.  DOG   DIED AT  POST      OF    DUTY  RO   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  f  Trade Marks  DceiGfts  Copyrights Ac  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. ������������������������, F.  O. E.     :���������:        :���������:        :���������:       ���������"���������J  Meets in the Opera Houw 1st a**!  drd Tuesday at, 7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President,  B IPorcimnieT;     Worthy  Secretary, C H. Rummings.      *���������  Esquimalt  & Nanaimo Railway  r ' ���������* .  Time Table No. 55,  ���������>!*{.:  Wi ������  J1.     .        TAKING" EFFECT TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 19C5.  Nartabeuad -. Southbound Northbound Sat. Sua. Southb'e  Healers in  Oene\A, -June 25���������In answei to an  iiupiiiy, the diiector of the hosp.co  oi St Bernaid has U legraphed that  II,e fain, his dog Bairy the Second  \ ,is not stolen, as was at fust rc-  ]oited, but \n.is accidentally killed  Mliilc  fullilling  Ins duty  Ai the end of las! week three trav-  illcis, chml'inft the pass from tlie ltr  nii.in side, lost their way and would  pnd.ably have penslied but for the  appeal.iiice of Barry, who conducted  I hem to with n 2(10 yards of the Ho������.i  JUCI'.  The gioat do;, then slipped and fel'  .sixty feet down a newly opened cic-  Aasse winch was covered by a th n  toiling ot snow. His skull was  smashed against a rock, death beinig  instantaneous.  Baiiy the Second, who had saved  no fcwei than Unity-four li\es, was  a worthy successor of his grandsire  that name His nominal value was.  about JC75, but his great intelligence  and cxtiaoidinaiy poweis of scent  and heaiing wndeied-him pnccLsf  to the monks :   .,  Cn one occasion     Batty brought' ai[o  ' " -  babv  in ins     mouth to the Hospice *[.  .in'l'then     leturncd with aid  to the-    St,   Petersburg,  June  29 -Lieut -  fluid's paienls,     both of whom wire.   Keneral GnppenUrg, who was iccal-  .saved  through his     agency,   no was   led from Manchuria,foi disoU')'i"g ci-  twice swept awav bv avalanches, but   tiers of General Kurojiatkin, has been  e_c.i|!ed botli     times without, injury    appointed  insiieftor-general  of  lufan-  II s bodv will be stuffed and pl;.c������d   try.  P.arrv the Tirst in  m^mm    lieave-  DAY SCHOOL Victoria  ..,���������   ���������   i. { Saawaigaa Lake  Usual subjects  taught;  also      a**"-LftdyjIBttk   guages. drawing  in pencil aM cray- "���������"  . .   -   '.     '-X   "  __c j..w^> A2\ .waaaiBw ��������� ..������������������ ���������������������������  ons,' paint ng ia oils sad water cei-  ora, pianoforte and "vocal less  en in classes er iadividually.  MISS BERTRAM,  Ladysmith. B. C.  .^!'Ar.'AfeUl4agton.,... ..'   _S. S."'������JOAN" sails from Nanaim o for  day; at 7 Q0 a. m., returning sails from  1.C0 p.m.  Under New Managraent  ���������-VJ        T '  Pianos and  Organs...  Lady^niitli, B.C.  Ladvsmith Hardware Co  AGENTS.     -   ���������   ���������   ���������  {., .trtiv,  of Washington, D.C  ha\e signed articles for a twenty round match to  (ate place July 21st,'before the Hayes Valley Athletic Club of jJan Francisco, The men, are to weigh 133  pounds at sis p.ni.' .The referee is t0  he., ufe* ted upon a week in advance,  ,    v I        ~ ���������o   'GENERAL  RECALLED FOR  : DISOBEYING      ORDERS.  fitim  -i  brside that of  Lhtmuseum at Beine The monks  have sung a special Te Deum in his  niomoiy and aie ipceivmg condolences on his death fiom all parts oi  Italy and Switzerland.   o-   BRITT  AND  SULLIVAN  > 'MATCHED TO      FIGHT.  San Fiancisco, Cal , June 29.���������  James E Bntt, of vhis city,.lightweight  champion,  and  Kid  Sullivan,  -J   IN-NORWAY  On pay day saloons aie closed and  savings   banks opened until n.idinghl  Seivahl girls hire for half a yrtii  u.1 a time^by c>rlract at public registry- office.  There is-:a telegiaph-box on evny  street cai*.'" Write message, put on  nglit number of stamps, diop iu tlu  box.  Fop  Light or Heavy Teaming  Wood and Baric for Sale  BLGCrlES FOR HIRE1:-:   :-   See J. KEMP,-6c Jleave or'lers  Leij^ti's Transfer Stables  ���������PHONE C-0.  at  \'oung farmers  .'6an.borrow mmey  the'go\ernineut    at three.per  cent. _ .    r .  Piactically no illeterates.   Men per  baps the finest in the world physical-  1\.   Aimv    Venice-   universal,  only  lu; (-thuds  per     cent, of youths-re- /  jctled for jdivsical defect.-J.  - .     5-    J  More reindeer     than horses, more .  sheep than cows.  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B.������> ;  McKinnell & Woodbank  Proprietors, ~  Mcdern and^   Strictly First" Class.  Conuneicial Mens* headquarters. -  Fire Proof    Buildiag. '  ''  Covering Old Surface*  9  5'  fNDIAND  HAVE   A.  WHITE  We have Just received a ,ar8e sniP_  meat    of the famous Melrose Liquid  Paints, the    best on    the'maiket at  CHILD. $1-75 P������ gallon    We also handle Ma  ple .Leaf brand of     vainishes, buggy  Among Hie passenger's who arrived pftints,    etc., in,fact we have every-  at   Vancouver on  the Cmsiar Th������- ��������� m      to ^m,,;.^ nome)  da*      morning     were Rime Indians , --  loiind  foi  the canneries.   To the-as-}   Wallpapeis    horn  10e to  $100 per  tun i hinent of 1he other passengers,-., Double Roll. ~  Ihey had  with   them  a child''    wh<������ ��������� pa,nt)nc; and paperhanging done, at  looked as much out "of plaer anVong '   ksonab,f     tes     t  tlie Si washes, as the anghcan ichiM- j, MARRY ' KAY  FIRST AVENUE  en who flgiued in a certain hiHtwric  semp in ancient Rome, This was'{   9.^  little gul three oi   four years of age]  with Mne eyes and. hair as'flaxen' as^  as   that  of any little Tefiton,,beside  whum the child recently rescued from  the     Indians would seem positively:  darl     How   the   Indians  came'      to - ���������       '/, . ...  ha\e  possession of a tot so mdubita-j     '      ���������Rates *1.25 a������ d$1.50���������t  blv' of white parentage nobody could 'Free bat to all steam boat landings and  HOTEL" DOMINION  THE JONES HOTEL  > > ������������������""      ' *  One Dollar Per Day.  t  Gooff Table, Goed Bed aad Goed lax  (Hall,Block (rem Depet.)   ,  GATACRE- STREET-  - Ladysmita.;  Be sure your ticket reads  via  :i  tell, but that she ought not to y# allowed to remain in her present ������������-  vnonment all were agreed/  HRST  AVENUE  TH6 CITYTV^AR  R. Williamson Prop  ist. Avenue Lad^mith B. C.  ailwov depots'. Electric care every fiyi  uiiontt.it to all part's of the'eity. Bat  <4ud table unptcelled.  - f     - F.rBAYNES, Proprietor,  ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B.C.  HILBERT  JTTillTlTl'-finfBTiT-  \  Over!  ^Dail^  i  Daily 'Arrive   Leave     and Wed.        Arrive  AM.     P. M. p. M.     P  M.  ...   9.00   12.0C Victoria   4.80   7 9t  ..   10 20 10 46 Shawmgan Lake .... 5.1? %.*$  .  11.00   10 02 Duncan    f.SI S.5i  .   11:57    9.10 Ladysmith  ....   ���������....  6.������  I.Of  .   12 40    8.20 Nanaimo   7.S7 4.1*  . 12:5.3 Lv 3.00  Ar Wellington    7.58 de 4.M  Vancouver   Daily except Saa-  Vancouvcr  for   Nan|ame' at  ������������  JSxcursiea rates in effect, to all p oints, good going Saturday aad Sua-  da'y, returaiag net later   than Mead day.  - j" :-������������������"-    * '-���������>������������������- ^   ,    -  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  Traffic Maaafer.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  ;  PURCHA6ERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, dOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Workaat  LADYSMITH,B. C.  Convenient to B. & N. Ry. or the Sea  CLERMONT LIVIN6ST0N,  ���������  i  -   Gifliral Manager.  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  k^*4eYtoe^ire,stefoyfrv^  -Il 1   ->  '���������  ���������s.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELWERY  i>'  -j  WdRK PROMPTLY DO' r-:  Leare orders 'at the Abbotsford.  LADVSMITH SHAVIN6  PAW0RS ���������  ^      HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: Best in the Citj :���������:���������J  aaT-RS ti.oa PKa day  a\urf,tt;aooM9  BAR SUPPLIED WITH Bast  winks, UQ0OR9, ctoaas  HOTEL  Bestaeoolnodation in-town.,:Splendid bunting and Ashing in near vidinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor  l     -        ;i-ti .-     !��������� i  ���������aecaataBaaaBesexeses:  LADYSMITH, B. C.  *P  i-  s ���������.*>:  ���������s&23aszs&& \  Public  fact that'the11 ' Km'  I  Attention is called to' the  Ogilvie Flour milsf\Jo.f  I^mitecfJ  makers of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD'   FLOUR      have for some time  past been producing flour in a   vastly.  lHipioved -an������f >puilfied   foim  by   the aid of ELECTRICITY   -   . ���������   '    -       ' ���������'    ;':-;-  and having secured  control of   ail the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of advising   the public that any  unauthorized users of the electriaal    flour purifyiig processes  will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flonr Mill* Company Limited  are the only millers in Canada whuae   Flour l"  purified by the eleotrio proces s  mz43&g������a������������2������msmmai  '-:<-  Tbis   Hotel   haa    been  completely '��������������������������������������������� renovated.  Board   and lodging $1.00 per day. !  HOTEL      PR  fcn\   Supplied   with   the   Best    Wines, .... ;  Liquors and Cigars.   ...    1st  Avenue  A  Ladysmith B.C.  JL  lie'Fapmex^tf.  Geo. Roberts, 2������  X  Prop  Job  Printing  Done Promptly and  /  At  IHENHY'S NURSfRIES.  NEW CROP- '    : '  Home Grown Bl Imported  GARDEN,    FIELD     ana FLOWER  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  , ORNAMENTAL    TREES  ���������HODODENDRONS,  ROSES',  -    GREENHOUSE  AND HARDY  ; PLANTS.  ' For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.    Catalogue free.  '"..010  Westminster Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Goirig East  Thea ee sure your. tickets read   via  the  CHEAP EXCURSION RATES,to  ALL points east,  June 29,' 30,  July  5th.  Shortest route to Feinie, B. C.,'  and AU/KOOTKNAY POINTS.  For rates, folders, sieepiag car  reservations and all information call  on or address ;     - *"  S. G. YERKES,     E. R. STEPHEN  G.W.P.A., '��������� Qovetn,B������enfr st  Seattle, Wash. Victoria. B.C.  Office  Ist Avenue  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with the  through    trains    from    the    Pacific  ;the shortest line, the  Finest trains/ the lowest  rates, the .fastest time.  BETWEEN   ���������  MINNEAPOLIS,  ST.   PAUL,  CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CITY,  and.-ALL POINTS EAST.  vF.o.r, coh-plete information ask yoiii  local: agent-.or write;  -.'::���������-. F. W. PARKER  .General  Agent,  720 and Ave., Seattle".  F ncB Young  JSARRISTOR "������!<!.:  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO^ LADYSMITH  hy-brx, boarding and  sAlve3;-'stabLes_.  ^EXPRESS WOFtk   A SPECIALTY.   .    -     -   '"  DAVID JOHNSON  ;      LAbYSMITH  jfv- - -    v. i.-  J PHONE 66  ^0*f)������(03*,o)|(o)������o^o^o^e)|te)p:e������.������^^K.^e^e*e*e^e^e^e*������  t    .     21^5 ������-  "���������.;.,< ���������  v "*   ^ *-  -C  WM. MUNSIE, President  J. W.  COBURN, Man. Dirsetec  '   ' I        -r   "    ,    . . Tolephone^O.  the;   Ladysmith Lumber Co  Ltd.  MILLS   AT  FIDDICK   AND LADY SMITH-Shingles a Specialty.  '| " ���������Manufacturers    ol���������  ���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  aad   a*ila Dried 'Floorlag     and Finishing    Lameer ia   Stock.  VI  3  THE CANADIAN BANK  I OF COMMERCE  Paid-iip Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  B. E. WALKER. General Manager     '  ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  TICKETv  Cor.  Governments  Victoria, B. C- /       '  Trains  Transcontinental  Trains Oailj^  One of which ia the famous "North  Coast Limited," . Ride oa it. always.  Up-to-clate Pullman and TouFlst  sleepers von all trains. Through "tickets issued to all paints East and  South, also Pullman tickets issued-  and  berths reserved. .      .-     i  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap' rate? _ from all poinds  IDasti from March 1st to Mafy 'lot*.*   :  Steamship tickets on sale to all  European points. Very low rates  ���������iow |n effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire. ,,  for further particulars call at  the'  o������i  or phone No. 456. i  A. D' CARLTON, C.'e. LANG .  A.G.P.A.,   N.P.,  Fprtjapd, Ore.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE TO}.LOWING RATES:  $3 and under      3 cents  Over $5 and not exceeding $10.  6 cents  .-./"���������<'���������v. $io     -������������        '    " $30...... 10 cents  .     ������:$30        " " $50...... 15 cents  these Order* are Payable at Par at any office in C nada of a Chartered Bsak  (Yukon excepted), arid ait the principal banking points 11 the United States.  '���������'������������������' j     .'-. '��������� ���������, ���������' ..;-.     T-.  ���������HIOOTIABLH AT A  FIXED HATE A C  1 THE (CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERC   , LONDON, ENG.  ���������������������������'They'form an excellent method of remittin   small sums of money  ���������      "with safety and at small  ;ost.  LAD^fVJTH BRANCH  W. A. CORNWALL. Mamager.  BOOTB AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing-and making to order   a  speciality. '      .  thoHas MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. O.  Best accemmodation ior  transient  and periaanont boarders and lodgers.  GK&NE)     HOTEL  This new Hetel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  date.    Rates $ 1.W a day    and    up-  .   . wards.'   ':'...,,;...''.."  General Ag������t,   j   ^ ,lEVEpTjjaE, Prop.  Victor^, B.C ^j������iii|������: i������8 -itX* 5������: L**?"*1^  LADYSMITH   BAKERY  HOP LEE <fe CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED AND FRESH.  Ceafectionary ef all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries te he delivered at any time.  Employment Agecsy,  E1AY. GRAIN AND  FARWRODUtf  Orders will be delivered anywhere,,  in the city promptly and at the lewy-'  est possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's, oa the  Bsplasade.  .    JAS, .WAfW9������C^    -     ,;  -J'  1  II  .#  K  X DAILY LEDGER  ss  Cpme To Ladysmith  ������������������Plans, Specifications and De> *���������  ���������'���������   teihw furnishe* for all kinds '������������������  ������������������   of work ia the CARPENTER ������������������  ������������������   Line  '           ' ������������������  ��������������������������� C^ B.  ROBELEE,  Carpenter ������������������  ������������������   and Joiner,   "< 2ad ������ve, Lady- ������������������  ������������������   smith, B. C. ������������������  FOR  ,NOTICB.  Persou  fouad   using our   Pateat  Bottle or Stoppers after tills notice,  will be prosecuted...  ;:l * HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.  "���������>.  --.-4-.    *    Ladysmith. B.C.  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient.   Rental, $10    per  nnum for each rails ot, river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2J per   cent,  collected lon  the output after- itr"e.r^  ceeda WO,'000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.      ' n  The h>ssec-s right is coafined to the  CATHOLIC WOMEN WOULD  CIIEC '.  DIVORCE  -''New York, June 26.���������The o'gw.:i-  zation fostered by prominent women  of,the Rom.i.i Catholic C'huich mJrfr I  the title oi the "Daughters, of tho  Fa th," which, because of its proposed radical position on the divorce question attiacted so much  submerged  bed or bars in the   river   attention, is .son. to issue a uiairuel  il  j*-  Leads Them  IN QUALITY  All  -:o:-  <r'i  RVP. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd  - Pacific Coast   Agency.  VICTORIA, :-< r*-: r-s .-. :-B.C.  Nanaimo   vs. Lalysmith;   Ladysmith  Eagles vs# Victoria Eagles  v.*  TournamentyFour Teams  Amateur and Professional  FOR DISPOSAL-OF MINERALS.  iONuDOMINION' LANDS IN MANITOBA THE/ NORTHWEST f ERi  RITORIES     AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. ' Not more than '320    year to the value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has     been  below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the  lstday of August ia the. year  of the  the date of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining ia the Yukon Territory���������Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 150 feet _ in  eugth, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width being from 1,000 to 2,000  feet. AH'other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked by two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained with-  in^ ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new, mine is entitled to a claim ot 1,000 feet in  length, and if the party consists of ���������  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be,  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims only. '  Entry fee, $10.   Royalty at $Jie rate'  of two and- one-half per "cent, on the  alue of the gold shipped from    the  fukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller. ,,  .No free miner shall receive a grant  f more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river,'creek" or gulch,  but the same miner may hold   ( any  number of claims by purchase,    and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice1 and pay.-:  ing a fee of $2.00.    A claim' may   be  abandoned' and another obtained   , oat  the same creek, gulch or- river by giving notice and paying a fee.  Work must be done on a claim each  defining its purposes and the method  ft intends to pursue to accomplish  it.  /fhe-autho-r, Miss Eh?a O'Brien  Lummis, treats of questions of interest to those burdened with the preservation of the home and the faith  in a'nianni r that must attract attention even if it tails to gain converts.  ''Ouiown country, whose morality  has not kept pace with its enl'ighten-.  ment," says the chapter on divorce,'.  "has thiown off all restraint, and al-  ows divorce for tlie .slightest cause  and with almost unlimited fieiiuen-  cy. Society, in consc uencc, is, on  the verge of moral luin, _.nu nothing  but the religious and social recognition of the horror of tins crime can  arrest the evil, that, with cycli 'iuc  force, has, in a, compaiatively short  time, ovei tin own domestic peace  and uprooted the safeguards of purity and honor. To condone the sin  is to pnitaU' of it and we should  realize its     cllects as well as its na-  ���������fiite; for,    if     we so condone il, we  .become- moral participants, not only  ih>Ulie sm hub also in the evils that  ���������follow,"  Oftlie     American     girl the author  says:  "There are     many  evidences   that  her training     has been so far some-  f Union  Irswins Co* f  I NANAIMO,   B. C. ������  I  flanufacturers of the  In  British Columbia  Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed Brewed  from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops i  fWiners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short)   notice.    Drill Sharpened by us al  ways gives satisfaction. Picks  handled and repaired.  Slnipsmitlaing    in &.V     ita  & ������  T3ranh.e  a.  Horseshoers and Genera! Blacksmitns.  David   Murray  Buller Street   -    -   ~   - Ladyamith, b   O  =5-S=  Twelve big events  ROUND FARE FROM NANAIMO, 50G.  ROUND FARE F.10M VICTORIA, SLOO  Treuri Soh^dul������  4**e.     Regular trains Nos. 3 and  1 are cancelled.   Trains leave Victoria  for Ladysmith at. 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Returning, train leaves Ladysmith for  Victoria at 7 p.m. Trajn leaves Lady-smith for Duncans at 7 a.m., .returning, leaves Duncans at 8 a.m. Trains leave  Nanaimo   for   Ladysmith T..20  a-m.,   10   a.m.,   2,   6.15 and 8.30 p. m. - Returning  trains leave      Ladysmith for Nanaimo 9. and 1157 a.m 1, 4.45, 7.30 and 11.30 p.m."  For Programe, information, etc., address  Geo. N. Sutton, Secretary  ;':���������";"'"' HOTEL" XELkND/^ '"^  (T. J. Wellmani Prop.,.Vancouver.)^  One block from C.P.R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner' Qranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone,  1���������4. -    ���������  NOTICE OF  ASSIGNMPJNT  Pursuant to    the "Creditors    Trust  Deeds    Act,  1001.'j    <  Notice Is hereby glyph that Axel  Berg, of Ladysmith, British Columbia, General Merchant, by deed dated  the 19th day of June/A. Di, 1905,  assigned ail his personal property,  seal estate, credits and effects, which  Hay be seized and sold under execu.  tioato Albert E. Planta, of Nanaimo, British " Columbia, Insurance  Agent; in "trust for the purpose of  paylag and ' satisfying ratably anil  pcoportio&atel* all the creditors of  tile Said .Axel Berg according to |aw,-<  tfee'said deed was executed by the  said assignee on the 19th day of  June, 1905. Jiv  All creditors having claims..against'  the. said Axel Berg are.required to  forward particulars to the said assignee on or before the 19 th cla.y of  Ju|y, , }9fK>, af������er which daj'e the  s-aid assignee will proceed to distri-j  but* the assets of the said estate  among the parties entitled .thereto,  having regard only of the claims of  which he shall then have notice.  Notice   is     also hereby given that  a meeting of the creditors of the said  Pos(, ������ox 74  N.    B..���������The.lowest or any tender  o'clock in the afternoon, in pursuance  ot the said Act,, for the givinb'of di-  dueciions -with reference to the disposal of the -said estate.  Dated at    .Ladysmith', B'.   C,  this  lflth day of June, 1905. <*  RUSSELL SIMPSON      '  Solicitor for Assignea.  NORTH OYSTER SCHOOL  TENDERS  wjll  he recpived by ,  the  undersigned  up to noon on Wednesday, June 2Sth, 1905, for the following work,  viz:  Supplying new'flpor to lie laid over  the present floor. The boards must he  1 xl  edge grain and kiln dried.  Plastejing t;,he iHiildjiig throughout.  PlnPing ,- new shingles on 'the ioo.f  ami  tearing old away.  Placing, new: sills 'und������r woodshed,...'  Painting school     house! inside and  outside, two coats. For further   iar-  ticulais apply  to 1). J. ThomasK Ro-  berls    street,,      Ladysmith.   Addi*;ss  Axel Berg will )w held at the office  of the undersigned, Ladysmith, B. C.  ^o H*i6 fmtth day of July, 1905 at 3  hot necessarily accepted'  , . r.-.-;t���������-,, ..  acres can;'ba; acquired by - one Individual or.cbmpMfrRoyaity at the rate  of ten cants'"per ton of .2,000 pounds  ���������hall be collectedron the gross   out-  Quartz���������Persbns ol eighteea years  and" over and, Joint,- stock -; companies  Elding .free mlaen' ccrtificatea may  obtain, estrv for a mining location.  A free naiei's certificate is granted  for ,one or more years, not exceeding  live''years, upon payment in advancs  $7.50 per annum .for an individual,  and!from S5Q to $100-per annum for  a company,according to ��������� capital.  A free     miner,- having discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  same with two legal posts, bearing  location notices, one at each "end   on  the linejof the lode or vein.  The claim shull be recorded within  fifteen days if located within tea  miles of a mining recorder's office,, one  additional day allowed for every additional "ten miles or fraction'. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At least $100 must be expended  on the claim" each year or paid to  the mining' recorder in lieu thereof.  When (500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase thr land  at 11.00 an acre.  Permission .may be granted by the  Minister of     the Interior  to lorate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, ia the Yukon^territory, of an  area not exceeding. 180 acres.  The - patent for a mining location  shall provide for, the payment of a  Royalty of 2S per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer    MinbJg^--Manitoba and the  N.W.T., exeeptLagytbe Yukon Territory���������Placer mining-claims generally  are. 100 ft. square,   'entry fec$5, renewable yearly. Oh the North Saakat  fihewan River claims are either bar  or liencK,"r the former being 100   feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark; The latter includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   exceeding 1,000 fe*t.  Where steam power is used, claims 300 feet wide may  be obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukon  ���������Territory���������A free miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable ia  the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  Tie lessee's right is cojflp&il tp tlje  sufe??"g^ 9������d.     0$ bass'of the rivej  below low water mark, and subject  to the rights qf all persons who hivve,  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings pr bench claims, except on  ��������� he Saskatchewan  River,  where  the  lessee may drogde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee  shall have a dredge fij  operation within one s^scn from the.  dfttierflf the lease tor eaci. five miles,  hut 'where a person or company   has  obtained more than one lease      one  done must be retained each, year;    if  not, the claim tlall be deemed to  be  abandoned, -and , open? to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may, be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing _ notices in   the  Yukon official Gazette/,  Petroleum���������All unappropriated Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within the Yukon Territory, are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister,  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period ae he may decide,  the length of width- shall not exceet  thrse times the breadth.  Should the' prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satlsfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of (1.00 per acre and  the remainder of the tract reserved  namely, 1,280 acres will-be sold  at the rate ot three dollars an  acre, subject to royalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS.  A. SMART.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior, _,  what theoretical! and superficial, and  education oi books rather than of  practice, and the daughters of wealth  have been more fully piepared for  the uses of society than of home  life."  The women of the Roman Catholic  church who re.many after divorce  are harshly ciiticized.  '. "The Catholic divoicec who remarries excommunicates herself. She  enters into" what she knows to he a  sinful relationship, and by that act  openly sets at naught the teachings  of the chuich. It is not the chinch  that has cast off/it is she herself  that has broken the-final tie.'The  Catholic , divoicee who remarries  must be socially ostracized.."  Miss Lummis went to Rome and  had audience with the Pope to whom  she explained the purpose*of her organization. She left the Holy See  with a brief fiom Pius X. approving  of the Daughters of the Faith.  . o ���������   SEATTLE   WOMAN   CREATES  A  .NEW     ROSE  DOMINION DAY  Our     store    will he closed all day July 1st., but will remain OPEN until 9 o'clock     Friday evening for the convenience of iour customers.  PAN NELL   &    PLASKETT  >-*\  STFVENS BLOCK,  QAT/.LR������  CVlvE'.il  .ADYSfllTH, B O  4  J  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-H  ^^t^^-M>^'M--f44>:f-f^-f-f4-M--f-H'-M~M  ^  LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO.  **  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE MOV-        |  ED PROMPTLY A ND  SAFELY. *  ���������V''- "i  Stables in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  Abbots ford.  Leave orders at  the  1 /       Wr  ��������� ;-'fH  i  k WILLIAMS AND W4S.I? T  WRITE FOR THIS BOOK  Mrs.  Newlywed���������I  wonder  why  we  are growing tired of each other.  Mr. Newlywed ���������I     havn't an idea!  "Yes,  mayibc that is  the reason."  NOTICE.  From this date the undersigned  will not he responsible for any in-"  debtedness incurred except on a  written order signed by the secretary  Rowland Machin. i  V. I. EXPLORATION^ DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.'  Non Personal LiabiWty.  Victoria, B. C, May 18th, 1905. .  lUtu ail the (eienioiiy .uid digi.il,  lliai .ttiemib un: iauiiuiui& oi .>.  i._v^-  UL'Mllp,    U    llilllliy liOWLl,    .1    110*1.1    Ci.o-  ciiioii r-.t--.Uiog mroiign lue uicnumg  ol tne AuiCLK.au J-cauiy wuu n.v-  o,ni.u.e->c u-.c iok>e, v_is. UiuaLenea  \tiin.m<i.y uy Jii;.t>b otss c _-iiiiU������b,  wnobt. name Um new plant l.Cciit>.  x ue cLivniony took place ai> ihei Home  ol Aus. I'laucib Hillings, loci 'iwciiij-  c\tniii avenue, s������iy.s tins P. 1.  Wine wab pouted Over tnc plant  and the cieamy petals ol tlie lose il  beats, and -\iiss billings piouonncU  the woids that gave it noi name,  tat Jessie billings.  The cieation oi 'the Jessia i tilings  tose is the result of *>ix month-, i.i patient woik on the part of Mis Killings. The blending of the American  l.eauty and the Fapancse tea rose  by giafting was found to he impossible, and Mis Billings j.etuml seeds  of the two plantsw.hich s.hc sowed m  the same ilower pot. When the two  plants had reached ail inch in height  the two delicate stems were pinched  together, or "Ludded". The budding  prosed successful, and the two stems  maimed as one plant.  A few days ago the new Hower  bloomed and unfolded to the delighted Mrs. Billings and her friends a  rose of unusual beauty. The. creamy  tint of the Japanese tea rose is..preserved in the new creation, which  blends into a delicate green near the  base of the petals,  Our General Catalogue of 230 pages and over 1,500 illustrations.  HOME    FURNISHINGS  Mailed free,for your address���������read on  It's worth having just on-its edits     as a book���������It'is handsomely  illustrated and the text speaks entertainingly of  HOUSE FURNISHING PROBLEMS  /.i  '-. '���������)     -->*  ^    r ���������  By all means write for it to day���������  Tn   addition to the above wc issue folders  and p.icing  illustrating, describing  IRON AND BRASS BEDS  WHITNEY GO-CARTS  SUnriER FURNITURE  Any one tor all of which will be mailed upon request���������Send today.  -^>' C; V.-a'V  saasfcssssaa.  PAINTINQ,  PAPER  I2TC.  HANGING  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence in rear  of  Ladysmith  Hotel.  ������ft  E.   SMITH,' Prop.  ,'.nla5.  .ilf  ;h?  -.n  V.i    i-vt.l   P*  xillor.  7; i-  .1! (v ���������'���������  T!  'I  4  -������i   r.fti-  St-'ci^." i  s  iM'uv.���������'Ulp.-i. ������_V-.CO pc;- yyar.  . Wi-^H ^o.Hi--r>ii:..itc-..<-������f  A|J  ih������'t-cv>3 of  .he. Wisl-: In -ao;:ciu;> ���������  '������otsfj������i   fenu.    ..ra.a twigs a >  ^VTiiEK    h'blTIOli   13   TIi2    BF.li'V' I  TV7:CS   A   WEES   P.VPEIL   PUB- \'  LIJ.2JKD OV T"H3 JACIPiO OOAST. jr,  Writs for san:'^h <?npy /-nd  Tmj con,- ^  vincc-v     Sabss:ii. ;;-;t   y.-ic*.   $i-.06 jfj  j>w year.  c.  AH P^tBiasS������rs. mi Tak������ SuJgcr.&tlcn*  PSST-INTEU^^KCE^ C������.,'Seattle. Wash.  ������. *   WBgyoi^, Buslnoaa Manager.  ?S8������������M6XSgS_4^ie������������M}SiS^^^  J.PIEKMI0. CO.  WHOLESALE DRYG0ODS.  Victoria, B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrate*  IRONCLAD  BRAND  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS,  SHIRTS, ETC  H.O. MILES  Contractor and Builder  REPAIRING   of  all   kiadg   promptly  attended to.     Shop on Oatacre    ���������%������  f*i. a. > Vi)\  .V-  Solicitor, Etc.  Mane/  st. Avenue  to  Loan  LADYSM1T.  Ladysmith Temp's No. 5 Rathbone  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's ball  2nd and 4th Tuesday at ?.80 p. ai,  Mrs. Kate Tate, secretary;: ��������� '��������� "  mm*    Ql  Meat market  LADYSMITH B, C.  m  ������'h 'J>*2-  171  #*"':  fi*   DAi^Y    LaiiriKk  LOCAL IfEMS  1    ������fcigtf^^#������a*������������qfcgi  rn-^^-nrrriliirr'ffTfirfWnBrtfiTiifciii^lli  " "���������'"' ������������������p -rjfrr lifniiirpiiriiiiHir^^ ng*ftaafc  Wallei Jones }s back at the Hotel  after a few days sp.'pt out at^ii-  Thomas'ianeh.  Mr. and ilis. David Jones and fam-  "ilv  aie ui,   ped  acioss on ..the second  'point  opposite the citv.   They leport  pleasanl  times.  IVIis Thomas f'ownn was in the ci-  t> vestoid.iy fioin Rccieation Camp.  ���������\Ii:_. Cowan denies the nnrfoiella sto-  iy ..'ul admits thai it, did lam up at  ilieeainp Ihe oilier day.  Ice cieam and ice cieam sodas  (he  diu"  store at  all  limes.  ai  Air. Thomas Kiddie is devoting a  lot of lime and lakup; a lol of tiou-  hle ioi Ihe eiil.'itainnienl of the min-  in������ men who \lill \isil Duncans ami  Lai'\ .smith nevt Tuesday.  I'wr a few  da>s onlv, stamp photos  25r.,      cabinet s  Open  i>\ cinngs.  "2 ,">fl per  iIo/pii  up  'I ,ic P\ae1 l'mi-iunpe of the witness  las' niftlit was "b fhe cho wan ff)  let .-a'on 0110111111"; llila ho on toe  1oo (.in low nn let '' Those lr-niaiks  aie quoted as sonic people lile to  haw tho cvacl language of 1he wil-  ircss  icporled  If Vill.oii, odilni of Ihe Nannj,no  Tfci-ild, was noiniiialc<l visterd.iv  foi the Alheini seal, which will soon  he \..rated hv Ah W. W P. IMclnnes  "\h ' Allien i- ./ f.ii,-(jht', frhuble  spcalui, a voui't; man of good reputation, and w II. if elected, doubtless  do his paitv '.j s'kI '('Vice in the Pro-  vinci.il Ifot.se 'ill-, males Hie fight'  lot tho sial lit I w i tn two Nanaimo  m.\i, c\-m.i\ or IManson being, the  Conscih.ilne fandid.ile >  DUNCANS  TOWNS1TE EXTENSION  Adjoining the old lownsite of  DUNCANS, V. I.  r  A small .area lias bean laid off   in town hits which are no ,w offered  at  LOW   PRICKS   AND 0\  EASY' TERMS.  The futuie of  the  Cowichan      District   and   Vancouver -Island  will  exceed  expectations  and   tins is a good chance ������->��������� a.safe and  profitable   invest nieiit.  SHE PLANS AN I) PRICES  Agents, J. STEWART J. M. WMITTOME  I adysmith,  V.  I. Duncans,      V.  I.  Ah Wing ft Co,  Merchant Tailors  Ladles' and Qents\ Clothe* Mad* to  Order.  ���������PERFECT FIT GUARANTY VI  LADYSMITH,   B.> C.  m  m  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist; :  '   - ' *      ...Ik       .!-   I  All work guaranteed, and at reason  able rates.  J  : ~*ty.i������&suammm*  mm  ���������a*  L,'!\ sinilh si cms- to be gel tin.'  i|tnlf a reput.'lion as n emtio to1  lc-'uil lirht'. We should ha\c a sm.,11  ad.iit on limit on to tho Prownu.il  Court House Pmkei Williams  wo.' i 1'i/nfci a faioi on lus constituent' it-he would let it le known  what cnuisf the * 1,0(10 voted us has  gone, if it is cone, il not, when and  how can it he expended.  LADYS.UITII  HARDWARE   CO.  HAS A .MODEL STORE  'Ihe Lad.\smith llardwaic Company  have li.id large marking cards made  \\i.ich stand over the homo production of stoves. The stoves and the  store show up well. You will -tiavel  fat hctore you will' find a small city  li!>e    Ladysmith      with a  llaidware  CHINESE CASE DISMISSED  (Continued from Page One.)  complain to the Consul at Yokohama about the treatment he had recti \ cd. The prosecutor said be knew  nothing aho''t him. He was a stranger theie l.c- ' went ashoie and did  complain to other Chinamen ashore.  Two othei  (. nuiaiiien, Ah Quai, and  Another  twenty   pattern     of  these goods added   to  our already large slopk.^  Tile and  Floral effects     from  25  cents a sqtiarc  yard     upwards.  DRYSDILE- STEVENSON  High st.  \  Ladysmith  Ju*t In Time  FOR  CELEBRATION DAY  w  OPEN AT ALL HOUR!.  Mote  to  completely .stocked  and  ar-  l.Migc.l   .    At   Rolstons  you  can   find  an} thing you     want m the hardwaiv  Ine ;.l   .i moment's nolice,    foi     0������e .      ._-  Mskn,   of   dismay   and   ,nangPm0 ^    Ma.  < hung, testif.ed to seeing the as-  aic most excellent      The new slov.-s |"������������'  a������" ������'  <he majority of default  "l.o l   < .'nlcn^c  I lung's.  1)1.  Dav s  was similat to John  testified to being called  (l'f attracting much attention Made  so fat in two sr/es, lotailing for $ir.  i- id ?.-">, theie .seems eveiy icas. n ti>  ( |,rcl tho stove worl s will supply  the    country    'wiih its stows  ,rf  a  Made equal" to anv of  eastern ma 1 r-   ^crated lip and although no bones  |;���������d decidedly cheapo..   Several other   ^ic- br km he had  apparently  been  k.inds    of    medium     si/rs and \,\'\cez  v ill h.? on the market  soon.  in to see the     Chinaman and finding  rf  .,   him  in a weak' condition.   He had a  Snhvi ipimnfi ii'iitl- coVerlions have  .licen so fat very good foi the Dominion Dav Cele|ir;ihoi] People h.i\o  as .. mlc, subscnhcd lilieially, and  paid then suhsei iptions when called  on Theie aie sLill a Few whl> have  not paid All'such will oonfei a fa-  \ai on the cmu'mittee if they will  pioinplly ji.iy in and lei ihe subscription   hooks  he cleaied.  THE PORTLAND HOTEL  OPEN TOMORROW  T������#u>irr.w ' evpn.fcg the Portland  hotvl Will he again open to the public     Since the fue a little  owr  badly enfted  Dr Fiost was calltd for the defense, and said he had been called ui-  on the afternoon ol the assault to  attend ihe Chinaman. The man had  a lascerated lip and complained of  soienesS in his leg. No bruises weie  visible on his body at the time.  month ago, in which much damage ' .M>n ^mith, th'id engineer, was  was .fene the place, it has 1-een en- cal'ed and said he, acting upon in-  tircly refitted, papered and painted slirrtions of the second envmieer,  hv ilariy Kav, the general repaid had gone'and ordered ihe Chinaman,  ..J.,,,.. u.,dar diKction of John M.u. .lobn Hung <o hejp him. The man  "..lioooms haxo l.ecn i^-'itted and had lefused' and he, (witnffis) ble%\  dining and   l/ar-tooins    the   light   out.   The "Chinaman  liited  FLAGS for the 1st of July cole-  hint ion foi s,>le at Knight's booji-  sloir  JM-VNY   Wll L VTSTT US  UN DDUTNION T>.\~\  Toilav's Colonist saj s���������JudniiiL  fiom IIk- am .nut of inle-iest showi  in-the-matter an immense crowd wil  go lo I.ady.smith on Dominion Da>  on the- occasion of the Eagles' excursion; The people of Ladysmith have  arranged a lino programme of spoils  the principal fcalur.j. of the day being the regatta, basPhall matches and  football, toiirnasiient'.--  'Ih  ihf      sitting  ha e     been  made hctWr  than  when  ,���������������.    .Mi.   Tate coulially   in\ites  his  i lends   thioiiiihoiit   the city   to  call  in tnnioirow     evening and   see him.  >'ush   Lcci   will   he on tap   and     all  ill he Mi- Tate's quests foi   the cv-  111111!,  Co.   Ladysmith  ������������������������������������������������������������������������MfciL ���������  -- r,-'  -o-  of  .Miss  L.  Piicstly is the guest  .vli.  and  Alts. .Wallei  Tliompion. .  ���������    l;    *���������'.'    -,'   ":���������u��������� .  ���������ftlr. A .-��������� Crease'-veturned to Victoria  this morning.   '.  Most refreshing and exquisitely flavored iced drinks can be obtained al  the Drug. Store,'.; Tligh-street.:  MU.   DtTNSMUIR'S  ���������-��������� NEW LAUNCH;  The handsome new launch which  was built- last winter by 'William  Stephens to the order of Mr James  Dunsmuir, is bek>i eiiuipped with en-  giine and other gear at Robinson's  hoalliouse,. dailies Ray, and will  "shortly he ready for service. The engine, is ol' tlie 'Iruscott typo and of  20 hor.se power.  '���������Hoys'   aid   Cliiis'   Canvas   Running  shoes   al  Simon   Lei.so.r  &.  Co.,   Ltd.  'Everybody-.;    should   1 rar   in  milled  lh.it- the stoi'es..will "���������be closed'      on  Saliirday.   They .will he opeii iuntil a!  late hour on  Friday evening, f.M not i  again   hit til "Monday : morning.  The two teams of five -players-each  to. represent   Ladysmith   in -tlie football    tournament   on; Dominion   Day  will     -be   niadc  up  of   the  following  ll.iyer.s:        Alich.o,     McMillan   Bros.,.  Saiv.tc-rsoli,' Adam., Eno, Nininio Bros  Morrison and Hewlett/ .-  a s raper to him, but, he took it  awavand ordered the Ohina'man into  the cngi,'^ room. John was mount-.  ing some steps and witness was foil  lowing him. When he got to the top  the Chinaman turned and attempted  lo l.ic'c him, but he avoided the ilow  and struck him in the ribs and mouth  with his~ fist. Witness denied that  anybady but himself hit the man.-  The second er.gi..*e>'. hadi not caught  him by the queue, In thev course pi  a / severe crpss-cxaiiiinatiou witness-  said the blow was not hard-enough':  to knock the .-Chinaman out. It did  not 'render'*, himvuncorisci.ous: Tbc  (.iiinaman had caused trouble'-beloreVl  Geo. Burtliwich was next called."  Tie denied that he had caught the;  Chinaman by tlie queue. His evidence;  was Bimilar to that of Sniithi  After hearing evfdeuce of James]  Bucliaiinan, tin. fturth engineer,, and*  .1. Norris, the Chief, and able spee:'ties bv    the two barristers the court  THE BIG    SHIP MINNESOTA'S  ACCIDENT  News has Ix-en received from Nagasaki that the big Hill liner Minnesota has put into the Japanese port,  with her ' si em" post cracked. The  steamer has been obliged to gp into  the big' dock of the Kawasaki Ship  Building Company, recently completed, and the necessary repairs will occupy ten days. On the completion of  impairs the steamer will continue her  voyage to Puget Sound. It had been  intended that the Ch nese crew for  the new steamer Dakota- would be  brought, by the Minnesota, but, in  consequence of the delay it is probable that the Chinese will be brought  on one of the Empress steamers .  The Dakjta is now at Seattle discharge ngC,000, tons of steel rails for  the Alaska'Centr 1 iailwayj,On her  firs"t outward trip, the date tor which  has not, yet been set, the steamer  will1 call at Japanese ports only. .  The steamer differs little Irom the  Minnrs-ita, being 630   ' feet long and  I has a displacement of 38,830s tone  s  A special shipment of Ladies' Fancy white lawn blouses. Also latest  novelties in Ladies' fancy ties and  collars.  "... j.-  *       I ������������������  Do iiot be out of the fashion for  i ' v '*    r * i  Saturday, See our window forlfaricyl  goods.     ���������:>'���������-'   '  SIMON LEISER & CO Ltd.  OAT ACRE 8T.  .LADYSMITH  M  ''"A-Si  m  I  .4  fan  Makes  nice,   appetizing  Lunch.  Wc i'ice it for you .... 35c lb.  Our tasty Tongue and flam  Sausage is a, great  fay onto.  TASTE AND TRY.    .  HAMS   AND   BACONS  The best in the land,  New laid   I'XiGS every dav.  Everything nice  and  fresh.  BUM AND ADAM  ���������PHONE 2-4.,      LADYSMITH  NOT    RESPONSIBLE .  " British Steamer . ������������������.   ���������  CQMERICi.     -\T  Neither the owners, agents or'Masters will be responsible for any debts  contracted-by the crew of the above  \essel while ;n port.  .   ���������   'McGM,:Ma������ter - J\ .'"',<"  Ladsmith,.'F. .C.4 :jirtne" 2fl/ a>905/''  K-. -     oK.^-.k'O-'  Dr.  R. B.   Dier  is again in Ladysmith and can -be f������und at all hours  at his office,on High street. >      ,    ,.  ' ������������������ - ,������  Get  your  Knight's.  Sunday   Colonists       at  Delicious ice cream  and  ice cicam  .sodas can  be procuied  a,t  the Drug  adjiuirnedfor  a few minutes, and up-   s<ore frflm now on     0pcn  unli,     })  "Yes,   the  walls  of'our   flat     are  so thin thai- my .���������.husband .find I learned .the deaf and  dumb alphebct,"  "What   for?-",. ._ ..... .,.,>'.;.;,-.-  "So   we    co'iiid   Ho 'our  q/.i-ureli'iig  without being overh^ard.^  oii.-re-'Vpemng Mr, aiathison announc  ed that there was not sufficient evidence to put, the engineers on.tiiiL  Their worships declined^ to relieve.  the ..Chinaman of^tiie-'contract he  signed with the ship, as requested by  Air.   Crease. '"'.'. ,,, ������������������'��������� ���������  Men* WiiSvvim Peierj  PRACTICAL     1'IANO MAKER  ANH  Wil  TUN'^R  he     in   I.-idysinith     about the  30TH OF- JUNE  Piano.-; isiul organs tuned, rcgiiilafed,  and Ihoroug-ily ' lritova't-od. Onle.is  10 he  left al   the Aliholr.ford  Hotel.  FOR   FRIDAY  Fresh   Table Raspberries-  o'clock week da>s and from 11,. to 12  a.m. on Sundays and from A to 11 p.  m. 1  Li.pilli M {oii{  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Hire. ��������� Boats built  to ordet and Repaired. Spoon oars a  Speciality.  ITARRUP AND JIAYEDN.  BOAT     BUILBfJRS.  W. G. Praser  /j  4  MerchantTailor,  (1st Avenue)*  Spring Stock on hand; Call earjy aria  get your jchoice. f  WE ARE SHOWING THIS WEEK  TWd'N������W: LINES'* OF STOVES-MANUFACTURED BY OUR. LOCAL  STOVE WORKS  Drop in and See Them  FOUR IlOtE'KITCHEN COOK    ^  '.'..  '.   $15.00  SIX HOLE GRAND UNIVERSAL  ....r...   *35tfQ/  -   -'       .    - -;:     - : ' -    ^. ^  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO., Ltd  m  nn  '& si ������ SI-*- .<-a tSft"  MERCHANT TAILORS  '   NEW    SPRING   AND  SUMMER GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Charles Dunn, of the above firm, v isits.Ladysmith every Sunday for the _  purposs of taking measurements and    seeing customers', personally.   May -  be seen at the Hotels.    We. guar ant ec all stock and a peifcct lit at   the  lowest passible rates.   Suits from      $15.00 up.   Pants from $4.00 up. AlL1*^  Hand-made.     Full line of the Latest    supplies  ALWAYS carripdMiy' Mr.    -  Dunn. '' l.     ' 1 '    '"  \-Si  ^���������5,  Fresh Table Strawberries  IQc. per Box  2 Boxes 25c.  W.T. HRDDLE   CO.  VtilHams' Block  I_ii>dy*iuiith  -Piirt.iottlarClrooer*.  Teleplione  Our  smz  I  i\V.   I'elers   the  m  urn  m km FANCY SHIRTS  FOR THE FIRST  Ak;o a Large Variety of TIES t^o Select Ffcim  i.-jt^xX^AlniGt* - V.^JtX--'/.'-.'  veiidi-it, are informed that Hery  well   knov.n   German  I piiinoforlf expert, of  Victoria,     will  visit  Ladysmith for  the purpose    of  II lining, .'.He, pianos and organs. Those  (wishing'"lo avail themselves of his  j services while bore are requested to'  :f-;end their orders to the Abbotsford  .bo lei.  LENZ  & LEISER  WHOLESALE DRY       GOODS,  MANUFACTURERS OF  GENTS'  FURNISHINGS,   ETC.  SHIRTS, OVERALLS,  ETC, -.  VICTORIA,. B. 0.  lorrison's. Ladysmith, B, C.  WILLIAMS   BLOCK.  ���������   ���������  TELEPHONE  6-7  :   The  following-  magazine's  are  n&w  in for-.July:   Popular, "Argosy, Tear-  son,   Melropolituii;   La-dies'       Home  I Journal, Ainslits, at  Knight's book  'itore. ���������     1  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN SOAP  -��������� 't   -, '      ���������      . N ���������  Stand a good ehaa.ee to^win a  ORATOPHONE  One hundred acres of land in Cedar dis- ~.  - tricttor -^ $^50^  Two Sheep Farms on one of the  Gulf y;  Islands, considerable Improvements  ������*l  JOHN 5TEWART P. O. liox 268  1 IKK, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANT K  CONVKYANCINO  NOTARY   PUIILIO.  CLOCKS       bargains        CLOCKS  Just received     a shipment of all .kinds of clocks that we will clear   j  al low prices   ', ill  I' 1 ;'..!'!  i i'.  '' i-. ! : ;i'.' .' ���������:.''!'." ���������-.-' ���������'"  EIGHT DAY STRIKING CLOCK   '..    $;f*0ll  EIGHT DAY' STRIKING  CLOCK   (with   alariu   attached)     $3.50.  RKFEATING   NICKLE  aI.ARM^CLOCK    .;?',... .;..  ...    $I.7!i;;  REGULAR   NICKLE   ALARM CLOCK Sl.Oft  .ALL THESE CLOCKS   \HE     FROM     THE  BEST  AMERICAN  i't  4  FACTORIES  AND  ARE  TIME.  ��������� rj ARANTEEI)     TO     KEEP-     GOOD  B.PORCI-Mri BR.-'.--"  WATCHMAKER;   JEWELER, OPTICIAIN  First Avenue,   X   XX     Ladysmith,   B. C  m  ji  Every 25-Ceii.t purchase of Wh if'.e    Swan     Soap     entitles you to a .  ticket in the-drawing for. this high grade gramophone.  We are making.them of the Newest  ",./���������';. ;'"' ^.v-:,'.Styles.;, '  Patter ii arid Latest  ia^icr^i:  -'���������t '"''"'"���������   WE DO ALLKINDS OF FOU NfiRY WORK      -���������.'  Our Prices are Reasona hie        - ;        ;   <  SEE OUR    NEW STOVES IN  BLAIR AND ADAM'S WINDOWS.  LADYSHITH IRON& STOVE WORKS-CO,i,LTD .-  ?'j ^?������f,f������t&'i������r'


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